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Employer-provided accommodation

    (1)     On application by a lessor, the ACAT may make a termination and possession order if satisfied that—

        (a)     the residential tenancy agreement was entered into as part of a contract of employment; and

        (b)     the tenant has, since the agreement was entered into, ceased to be employed by the lessor; and

        (c)     the lessor requires the premises to accommodate another employee.

    (2)     If a residential tenancy agreement is entered into between a university and—

        (a)     a visiting academic; or

        (b)     a staff member; or

        (c)     a contract employee; or

        (d)     a postgraduate student; or

        (e)     an undergraduate student; or

        (f)     a person undertaking an approved course of study;

and a person of the kind mentioned in paragraphs (a) to (f) ceases to be a person of that kind, on application by the university, the ACAT may make a termination and possession order.

    (3)     If the ACAT makes an order under subsection (1) or (2), the ACAT must give the tenant no less than 4 weeks notice of the termination of the tenancy.

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